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Authentication Services

Public Group | Founded: 12 Aug 2011 | Serving 69 members

The Identity and Authentication Services group is open to all new and existing customers interested in learning more about the products offered and changes that are coming as part of Symantec.

Symantec Identity and Authentication products include:

  • Validation and ID Protection Service (VIP)
  • Managed PKI Service
  • Identity Access Manager (SAM) 

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New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
This article talks about the recent conviction of a couple of Canadian online serial scammers. In this case the criminals set up fake vacation sites and sold vacations that did not exist. They shut each site down after a short period of time and then ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
When you sign up to check out the RSA keynote speeches, including VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos's presentation on security in the Any Era, make sure you check out the selection from Friday called "Phish or No Phish." Host Hugh Thompson shows us an ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
In the wake of the IRS's stated requirement for Extended Validation SSL on all online tax filing sites, we've just seen deployment of EV SSL on H & R Block's TaxCut online filing application. In the past few years tax-based phishing attacks ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
If you're attending the InfoSec show in Orlando, Florida this week, make sure you swing by the VeriSign booth for an demonstration of Extended Validation SSL Certificates. A couple of our people are over there demoing EV, and they know the product ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Fortune magazine has published its new list of most admired companies in America, and VeriSign is on it.
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Opera developer Yngve Pettersen has posted a nice writeup of Extended Validation SSL and why it is beneficial to the online community. Yngve ends his missive with the promise of an upcoming Opera release that supports EV. He writes, Opera has not yet ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
Regular readers of The SSL Blog will remember that was the first site apart from VeriSign to implement EV SSL Certificates. You will also remember that DebtHelp measured the results of deploying EV and determined that the green bars had ...
New blog entry 18 Dec 2012
This one is just plain imaginary. Seriously. Imaginary. I've seen it trotted out to make the case that EV SSL doesn't work, as in this example where the author seeks to defend Safari against PayPal's recommendation to its users not to use this ...